Birth Healing Summit Podcast
with Lynn Schulte, PT
Michelle Lyons | Recognizing the Freeze
Show Notes: Is a pelvic floor first approach the best solution for chronic pelvic pain? Join in for part one of this incredible two part series with Michelle Lyons as we discuss the importance of Polyvagal Theory in treating clients with chronic pelvic pain and trauma. In this thought provoking conversation, you will learn how
Lynn Schulte | Bringing the Magic
Show Notes: Are you tired of working so hard for too little gain personally and/or professionally? Join us for today’s podcast as Lynn Schulte shares her personal story of founding the Birth Healing Summit and how she found the magic of physical therapy. This episode is filled with little pieces of advice for the clinician
Tracey Vogel | Trauma Communication Strategies
Show Notes: Do you ever struggle with what to say to your clients, especially the ones with a history of trauma? Focusing on your client’s strengths and respecting who they are and where they are coming from is a proven approach that can lead to better birth and postnatal outcomes. In today’s podcast, I have
Heather Hannam | The Mind Body Connection
Show Notes: What makes a great practitioner? Is it the perfection of techniques or a strong knowledge of anatomy? Or is it something more? In today’s podcast, my dear friend Heather Hannam, a physical therapist of 45 years, shares the holistic approach she uses in her practice to successfully treat her clients and tap into
Anne Duch | Yoga and Perinatal Care
Show Notes: Prenatal yoga has grown in popularity, but do those poses support a woman’s changing body during pregnancy and postpartum? Listen in as today’s speaker talks about yoga and the perinatal body. Throughout pregnancy and postpartum, as a woman’s body changes, so should the ways they practice yoga. In today’s podcast, board-certified women’s health
Lynn Schulte | 2023 Summit Highlights
Show Notes: Here are some of the highlights from our 9th Annual Birth Healing Summit! We are talking about the hip, pelvis, belly, pain during childbirth, therapeutic alliance, embodiment, and more. In this podcast, I share some of the featured themes and my highlights of the 2023 Birth Healing Summit on Innovative Solutions for Common
Suzanne Scurlock | Creating Therapeutic Alliance
Show Notes: Are you exhausted at the end of your work day, no matter how many clients you have seen? Then this is the podcast for you. Suzanne Scurlock shares how to stay in the flow of your day, making each client session effortless. In today’s episode, Suzanne shares the full body presence experience by
Carolyn Vandyken | Is Pain Inevitable During Childbirth?
Show Notes: Is pain inevitable during childbirth? If pain is an output of the brain, are there ways to educate our pregnant clients to minimize their pain perception during delivery? Listen to today’s episode to hear Carolyn Vandyken, a Canadian physiotherapist, explain how using pain science is a better way to support our pregnant clients.
Susan Clinton | Inner Critic and Imposter Syndrome
Show Notes: Do you ever think about what you are thinking? Do you notice how you feel when thinking about your thoughts? And, are your thoughts more favorable than negative? In today’s podcast, physical therapist Susan Clinton shares skills and tools that will help us stop procrastinating on our paperwork and help us shift from
Jerry Hesch | Whole Body Approach
Show Notes: In PT school, we learned a very segregated approach to treating the body. You learn how to assess and treat each joint but you don’t learn how to work with the whole body. Spoiler Alert: The pain is hardly ever where the problem is. Listen to today’s episode to learn from Jerry Hesch,
Rachel Shapiro | The Imbalanced State of the Uterus
Show Notes: Does the uterus need to be balanced? What if its natural state is one of imbalance? Listen in to hear Rachel Shapiro, a fantastic midwife in Israel, as she shares why the uterus doesn’t need to be in a state of balance. But what does this mean for our assessments? We start this
Tummy Tuck Rehab | Abdominoplasty – Supporting Our Client’s Decision
Show Notes: How do you guide your client’s decision to get a tummy tuck? Join Lisa Ryan and Munira Hundani from Tummy Tuck Rehab as we discuss the ins and outs of this significant decision for our clients. Surgery for diastasis recti is a multifaceted issue and one we should prepare for prior to advising
Diane Lee | Is IRD Relevant?
Show Notes: IRD has been the golden standard of measurement and outcomes when treating DRA. But should it be? Listen in as Diane Lee shares why we might want to use something else instead. Diastasis Recti has been defined by one measurement tool alone, and in this episode, we discuss why IRD is not the
Terri Robertson Elder and Jenny Telfer-Crum | All Things Pessaries!
Show Notes: Are you interested in adding pessary fitting to your practice? Then tune in to hear our speakers in today’s episode as we talk about All Things Pessaries. Terri Robertson Elder, PT, and Jenny Telfer-Crum, PT, have successfully provided pessary services in their practices. In this interview, they share thoughts on how to use
Carrie Hall | Why the Hip?
Show Notes: How do you define the hip? As pelvic floor therapists, addressing all aspects of the hip is imperative to achieve good outcomes with your clients. Listen in to today’s speaker, Carrie Hall, PT, who studied and worked with the renowned Shirley Sahrmann, PT, as we discuss the impact of the hip on the
Nicole Cozean | Where Clinical Meets Business
Show Notes: If you struggle with no-shows or cancellations, listen in for the three things you can do to optimize clinical buy-in so your patients show up for their session. In this episode, Dr. Nicole Cozean, physical therapist and business entrepreneur, helps you determine if you have a marketing problem or a client buy-in problem
Dr. Sarah Duvall | Piriformis Pain
Show Notes: If stretching the piriformis is your go-to treatment for deep buttock pain… you may want to rethink that! Listen to today’s podcast as Dr. Sarah Duvall gives us a greater understanding of what we might want to do instead. In this episode, you’ll gain a greater understanding of piriformis pain and if it
Kelly Dean | Trauma in the Core
Show Notes: Are your clients reaching a plateau with rehab and unsure what to do next? In this episode, Kelly Dean, PT of the Tummy Team, shares her insight into what might be stalling your clients’ rehab progress. If you feel your client’s problem is a weakness, it may be caused by a disconnection to
Dee Hartmann, PT | How Pleasure can Heal Pain
Show Notes: Did you know pleasure may be the answer to your client’s pelvic pain? Today’s guest, Dee Hartmann, shares the secret she discovered in her 40+ years of treating clients with chronic pelvic and abdominal pain. Listen in to learn how sensuality helps with sexuality and how pleasure is the gift we give to ourselves.